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... just a drizzle. Had wondered if there would be time to explore the town at all in the afternoon but really a bit late arriving (& weather not great) so just explored the hotel. Staying at the Appletree Inn - this place is just gorgeous - a realy quaint cottegey charm. Blossom decorates the entry, inside the wallpaper is all leafy and floral, the furniture is painted, lovely art on the walls, free drinks in the lobby, my ...
... we stopped at Maccas at about 1 and so many picture stops cause it was so stunning buta big drive,we got some strawberries yummo, then the end of Big Sur was sunset so more pics,got some magic shots,stopped at San Simeon motel The Morgan got a room for $129 to tax incl continental breaky,scored!! It's lovely actually. Went to the Mexican Restaurant here oh wow really nice,shared ...
... that we kept missing the turn…….. what turn? There wasn't any!!!! So anyway after some brief words with our GPS we were away! Out of San Fran and down on the highway heading into some very Mexican territory! Oh and sunshine and warmth! By this time after five days in the San Fran cold the warmth was very welcome! The convertible was a breeze to drive…. Well anything would be after the RV! We got the tunes blasting and continued driving south with the ...
... Dove, Barb (and my) mom.
Back on the road over the mountain we headed to the Hearst Castle. The website said all of the tours were booked until around three if the afternoon, and it was only 1:30 p.m. However, Barb wouldn’t be denied! She asked the attendant about a waiting list for the next tour and he said, rather snidely, “What are we sold out?” “Well, yeah, that’s what your website says.” Barb responded ...
... and bought a bottle to take with us.
The next winery we visited was Rio Seco. This is a real family operated winery where Dad is the wine maker, daughter runs the tasting room, her sister was out back smoking olives when we were there, and Mom was cleaning the guest house for the arrival of new visitors. They have a house that is divided into several guest houses and if you buy $100-150 worth of wine, you get to stay free. It is a little ...
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